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Gimme Golf Launches Cash Tournaments

September 28, 2009

Gimme Golf Launches Cash Tournaments

New Players Receive a Free $1 Gift to use in Intro Tourney

The grass just got a lot greener for casual gamers. Skill Technology, an independent game studio in Chicago, announced that their first online game, Gimme Golf, is now offering players the opportunity to compete in real cash tournaments.

In these cash tournaments, prizes are awarded for first and second place, and for special accomplishments such as sinking the longest putt. Once a tournament is filled, a new one is immediately opened, allowing players to compete for cash around the clock.

To help players get started, Skill is offering new sign-ups a free $1 gift to use in their Intro Tourney, perfect for new players looking to experience the thrill of playing for real cash. Additionally, players also receive a 100% match bonus on first time deposits.

“We’ve always been proud of how fun the game is,” said Jeff Clapper, president, Skill Technology. “But now that you can put real cash on the line, the game has reached a new level of excitement.”

Additionally, Gimme Golf supports multi-player online games which allow players to compete against one to three friends or other players online. Multi-player games offer live chat and real time score updates. There’s also a single player option that offers players the opportunity to practice by themselves before diving into the competition.

After completing just a few short games, most players can finish 18 holes in under 25 minutes – perfect for a weekday lunch break. There’s also a stop-and-start function that allows players to come back to their game throughout the week from any online PC.

The game includes four courses of varying difficulty, set in locations that real golfers could only dream of playing. Additionally, players can choose from four avatars with distinct skills and back stories.

To get started, there’s a simple one-step registration process. Head over to http://gimmegolf.com to check it out.

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